Sugababes have released their first album in 12 years.
‘The Lost Tapes’ is the first LP from the group since 2010’s ‘Sweet 7’ and the first to feature the line-up of Keisha Buchanan, Mutya Buena and Siobhan Donaghy since 2000’s ‘One Touch’.
Announcing the release on social media, the trio penned: “We wrote this album almost 8 years ago and for various reasons it didn’t get an official release, so it’s with great pride that The Lost Tapes is available now on all streaming platforms.”
We wrote this album almost 8 years ago and for various reasons it didn’t get an official release, so it’s with great pride that The Lost Tapes is available now on all streaming platforms 🎁— Sugababes (@Sugababes) December 24, 2022
A very Merry Christmas, love Mutya, Keisha & Siobhan ❤️ pic.twitter.com/GcstI1RQqu
Featuring 13 tracks, ‘The Lost Tapes’ includes the 2013 single Flatline – originally released under the MKS moniker – along with Love Me Hard and Today, both of which the group performed on their recent UK tour.
Next year, Sugababes will return to the stage with a massive gig at London’s The O2 arena.
The trio will perform a huge gig on September 15, which is their biggest headline show to date.
Tickets are on general sale now.